Windsor, United Kingdom — On the eve of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s wedding, the picturesque town of Windsor has taken on the character of an impregnable fortress. Every nook and cranny has been scoured and every imaginable security measure deployed to guarantee the safety of the royal couple and the tens of thousands of spectators set to flood the streets. In a dress rehearsal Thursday for the journey Harry and Meghan will take through the town after the Windsor Castle ceremony, uniformed police — some armed — were out in force. On one of the roads near Windsor Castle — where Queen Elizabeth II often spends weekends — officers used handheld torches to examine street lights, traffic lights, rubbish bins and manholes, anywhere along the road where a suspicious device could have been hidden. “We’re just checking to make the wedding safe”, one told AFP as his colleague led a sniffer dog on a hunt for hidden explosives. – D-day approaches – Number plates are also being automatically scanned and surveillance cameras have been deployed en masse. Two months in the planning, the security measures are in line with the huge crowds expected. The wedding is expected to attract… Read full this story
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